Sunday, January 6, 2013

The Unforgivin

Greetings ledheads,
  I moved the dead guy from the undertakers to the saloon, William Munny should be riding by soon and see his friend Ned and he wont be too happy.

31 comments:

  1. Thats really creepy. Fantastic looking but creepy.
    Happy New Year sir!

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  2. Dang, that's good, Capt. Somebody is in for a lesson in respect for the dead.

    Have a great New Year, Sir!

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  3. Excellent work as always, Richard. The images look like film stills. "Well, he should have armed himself if he's going to decorate his saloon with my friend." Best, Dean

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  4. I like it when you do the night shots and play with fire. Cool dude :)

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  5. Hello, Captain Richard,

    Sir, what light effects!!! You make a really work! I just want to say: - my respects!

    Greetings from Brazil!

    Mauther

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  6. A haunting picture - just as the movie is haunting. I recall a reviewer describing the ending as a cop out. But I have always understood the point it was making was that although most of the myths and legends of the Wild West were bogus, and the stature of its personalities have grown bloated with time; every now and then, however rarely, by a fortunate or unfortunate set of circumstances, the legends and myths were true. Just occasionally, a character of the West really would stand forth a hero.

    Cheers,
    Ion

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  7. Thanks Archduke...what I really liked about the movie was when clint eastwood came out of the bar in the rain saying if anybody shoots he would kill them their family their dog...that part made the hair on neck stand up. Scary.

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  8. I'm sure Mr Munny's gonna be very upset when he see's this dastardly scene!

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  9. Hi Captain!
    Light effects are, once again, wonderful...the atmosphere is great!
    Phil.

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  10. As wonderful as ever Captain.

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  11. Nice effect , great job as always Captain .
    Greetings .

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  12. Wonderful setting, great atmosphere Captain! Your lighting effects are always so cool!

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  13. spooky, what a wonderful if not disturbing scene

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